Divorced couples often continue to disagree even after a divorce is finalized. In some cases, a divorce decree modification may be the best way to reach a solution. Divorce decree modifications can take place if the circumstances of one party have changed significantly, making the terms of the divorce unfair.

These circumstances can be financial, personal, or work-related. Common issues for divorce decree modifications include: child support, custody, parenting time, and spousal maintenance. Any property divided during the divorce is final and cannot be modified absent a showing of fraud, undue influence, or some other extraordinary reason.

Our Minnesota divorce attorneys can help you determine if a motion to modify your divorce decree is the right choice based on your specific circumstances. At Alithis Family Law, our lawyers pride themselves on how they serve our clients. Please reach out today for your free consultation—you can call our office at (952) 800-2025 or contact us by email at info@alithisfamilylaw.com.

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